You may have the majority of your business processes covered thru your existing IT solutions, but there are usually a number of business processes that fall thru the cracks between or outside application boundaries, with the required data and business rules in different systems, or manually managed. This can lead to process inefficiencies that some organizations, especially those with smaller IT staffs may resign to. But such process inefficiencies can have significant costs to companies in terms of lost productivity both in terms of time consuming manual processes and in terms of problems and errors that may arise in poorly managed business processes.
At Nextware we can help you with such business process inefficiencies. We can review your manual processes, determine the business process workflow, find out the touch points to your existing solutions, and design cost effective automation solutions that will quickly get you to full productivity.
The best approach to business process automation may be different for each situation. The optimal solution may require one or more of the following:
We are located in Los Angeles, California. If you are in the LA area we will be glad to meet with you in person to discuss your business process automation needs. Or and we will contact you shortly.
At Nextware, we are not biased to the approach as some solution vendors and system integrators may be. We strive to find the best and most cost effective solution for you, and bring in the expertise to quickly bring you to full efficiency.
"Nextware helped us improve our business processes in an incredibly short period of time. They took the time to fully understand our requirements and issues in detail and developed a solution that was a perfect fit. Their whole process through training and deployment was well managed and well communicated, meeting all our time and budgetary constraints."
"We have worked with the team at Nextware for 5 years and have always been impressed with their quality of work and their on-time delivery, whether it was a small software prototyping effort or a full system development project"